Well hi there! I am OFFICIALLY back from family vacation! Before we get back to business, I want to share something very important from the Sewhooked sister-site, Fandom In Stitches!
This is the LAST DAY to get your chance to win the very special Harry Potter quilt created by readers of Fandom In Stitches!
Haven’t donated yet? Don’t despair, there is still time to get your name in the hat to win this Project of Doom quilt made by Fandom In Stitches readers!
This very special quilt is being quilted by Shannon Shaw, the award winning quilter of the original Project of Doom made by Jennifer Ofenstein!
See the original with awards here.
How do you win? Just make a donation to The Linus Connection and forward your receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org! Easy, peasy. You will receive one entry for every dollar donated.
Donations accepted until 8 am Tuesday, June 18.
Winner to be announced Tuesday, June 18 on TTMT!
Safe, secure online donations.
Donations will be used to purchase blanket making supplies to create handmade blankets for children in crisis situations in Central Texas.
The Linus Connection is a Central Texas 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to make and deliver handmade security blankets for children in crisis situations in Austin, Texas and the surrounding area. The blankets go to children in hospital emergency rooms, in crisis centers, in foster care, battered women’s shelters, to any child who is in need of a little extra security in their lives.
Winner will receive a finished quilt. Only the quilt top is shown. The winner will receive the finished quilt no later than July 31, 2013…Harry’s birthday!
BIG THANKS to the following FiSers for sharing their time and talent for this special project: Aalia Z, Terri J, Dawn F, Lotte K, Cheryl P, Liza, Wendy N, Joy C, Donna K, Nicole B, Abbie D, Alida P, Elizabeth M, Roxanne M, AC, Red Letter Quilts, Teresa C, unnamed donor from Asheville, NC & Laura W! All of your names will be included on the quilt label!
Designed and pieced by me!
Disclaimer: This event was organized by me to support The Linus Connection. The Linus Connection is not associated with Sewhooked or Fandom In Stitches, but is my favorite charity and I have been an active volunteer for the non-profit for over ten years.
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I think so! It’ll be even more amazing when the quilting is done. 😀